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lpchris85

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i recently tried installing world of warcraft on my laptop and ive seen it run on cheap celeron systems w/ 256 ram b4 so i figured with mine it would be simple and smoother.
my specs:
Toshiba Tecra 9100
512mb ram
40gb HDD
Pentium 4-M processor
After installing all the cd-roms when i try to run the application it automatically gives me an error message that states: "describe what you were doing while WoW crashed? please send to blizzard, thanks!"

im wondering why it crashed seeing as ive seen lesser honestly pathetic systems run it and figured I could as well. Maybe i was mistaken. Any help would be greatly appreciated, - Chris D.
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jhempelayo

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Have you try to uninstall world of warcraft and then reinstall?

What other programs running while you try to run that?
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Facedown98

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When was the last time you updated your video card drivers?
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Facedown98

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Hey, look at this! A two minute search through the Blizzard Entertainment website gave me something that seems to resemble the issue! http://www.blizzard....ow/?id=aww0824p
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